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Spell check of anticipation

Correct spelling: anticipation

design, order, fear, shock, confidence, envisagement, readiness, foretaste, presentiment, outlook, anxiety, preoccupation, joy, arrangement, prospect, surprise, fixation, assumption, primacy, awareness, prevision, wonder, hunch, proposition, antepast, plot, precedence, foreboding, contrivance, scheme, wish, uncertainty, priority, forecasting, presupposition, delight, precession, pessimism, ecstasy, inkling, expectance, position, preparedness, idea, coordination, expectancy, prospicience, place, dread, invention, suspicion, pleasure, joie de vivre, yearning, contemplation, intuition, forethought, expected value, optimism, expectation, trust, enthusiasm, worriment, antecedence, envisioning, suspense, prediction, preconception, apprehensiveness, conception, sureness, farsightedness, eagerness, faith, aspiration, deduction, promise, excitement, prognostication, blueprint, plan, foreknowledge, premeditation, intention, foretelling, arithmetic mean, earliness, aim, apprehension, kick, desire, hope, presumption, prescience, chart, satisfaction, foresight, forecast, first moment.

despair, wonder, surprise, enjoyment, consummation, dread, doubt, astonishment, realization, fear.

Examples of usage:

1) For this reason he looks forward to the Christmas season with eager anticipation. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

2) He had felt himself surrounded by this strange sense of anticipation before. - "Fortitude", Hugh Walpole.

3) The hours advanced and there settled about the house that chilly ominous sense of anticipation that the early morning brings in its grey melancholy hands. - "Fortitude", Hugh Walpole.